I recently bought a park that came with 2 acres of raw land, as a bonus I guess. It is zoned residential, so I don’t want it. The problem is that to get water/sewer to it, you’d have to go through the park, or tap into the parks water/sewer. Couple options that I see possible:
Sell the land and grant the buyer access to the parks water sewer, which we would submeter and bill back to them. We’d have to have some recourse if they don’t pay the water bill. Also would have to make sure we have adequate capacity in our system to add home(s). Not sure how having an arrangement like this (easement?) would affect a conduit refinance, which we are planning to do.
Just give the buyer an easement so they can runs pipes through the property, but not use our pipes.
Sell the land for considerably less without an easement or arrangement to share water/sewer.
Our park also requires a lift station, so that effects everything as well.
Thanks for your input,